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from notes by Stephen Johnson © 2007
extrait des notes rédigées par Stephen Johnson © 2007
Français: Hyperion Records Ltd
aus dem Begleittext von Stephen Johnson © 2007
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|Brahms & Bruckner: Motets|
Award-winning choir Tenebrae performs a sumptuous selection of motets by Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner. A portion of the proceeds from sales of this recording will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support.» More
|Bruckner: Mass & Motets|
‘Peace and goodwill would be the order of the day if Father Christmas could hand out to all and sundry copies of Polyphony's recording of the Bruckner ...
BBC Music Magazine» More
|Bruckner: Mass in E minor & motets|
Bruckner’s E minor Mass and a selection of his profoundly beautiful motets were selected by Sir Stephen Cleobury as his last album at King’s, recorded only a few months before his death. Perhaps the deepest and most spiritual of Bruckner’s Masses, ...» More
‘A superb record. Exploring these pieces is a moving experience when the performances are as superlative as these. Very strongly recommended. Record o ...» More
|Images of Christ|
Here is music for a cappella choir, grouped loosely according to the themes of its texts, drawing together composers as far apart in time and space as eleventh-century France and twentieth-century Russia and America.» More
|O sacrum convivium|
Choral music from the sixteenth-century, right up to the late-twentieth-century features on this beautiful eleven-track album, with stunning performances from The Choir of Royal Holloway.» More
|Passiontide at St Paul's|
This sequence of music for Lent, Passiontide and Easter represents a journey through perhaps the most dramatic part of the Church's year. Favourites include Mendelssohn's I waited for the Lord and Bruckner's Christus factus est. A celebration both ...» More